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Mary Marshall

Professor
Unit: School of Medicine
Department: PBHS Public Health Sciences Admin
Office location and address
101 Hospital Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
RELG 4023: Bioethics Internship Seminar
Credits: 3
The course enables students to spend time in medical settings as 'participant-observers,' in order to gain first-hand experience of the subject matter that is the focus of the theory, teaching, and practice of bioethics. Prerequisites: Bioethics Major/Minor
PHSE 5960: Supervised Independent Research
Credits: 1–3
Independent research for undergraduate students enrolled in the BA/BS/MPH 5 year program or other programs that may be related to Public Health or Ethics.
HHE 5960: Supervised Independent Research
Credits: 1–6
Students will work on a supervised independent research project related to the area of study or expertise with a member of the HHE faculty.
PHSE 7701: Bioethics Internship - Clinical Ethics
Credits: 3
Enables students to spend time in medical settings as "participant-observers," in order to gain first-hand experience of the subject matter that is the focus of the theory, teaching, & practice of bioethics. Direct exposure to patients, health care settings, & health professionals should allow students to see, what sorts of ethical issues are characteristic of the culture. Shows what role a bioethicist might play in the clinical setting. Instructor Permission only.
PHSE 7728: Reproductive Ethics & Law
Credits: 1
The course will examine ethical & legal issues related to reproduction. While some historical coverage will take place, primary emphasis will be on current topics, such as abortion regulation, coerced medical interventions, conscientious provider accommodations, state ultrasound legislation, prenatal genetic testing, the pregnant woman in research, & regulation of the fertility industry.
LAW 7728: Reproductive Ethics and Law (SC)
Credits: 1
This course will combine law students and fourth-year medical students to examine ethical and legal issues related to reproduction.
GNUR 8435: Scholarship in Research Ethics
Credits: 1
This course focuses on ethical issues arising in research with human and vertebrate non-human research subjects, in the laboratory, community, and clinical environment. It examines basic policies governing research, with a special emphasis on moral issues such as informed consent, the inclusion of vulnerable and complex populations, and community research. It also includes the responsible conduct of research.
GNUR 8640: Nursing Ethics for Advanced Practice
Credits: 3
This doctoral-level seminar course is designed to enhance the student's ability to describe and analyze ethical concepts foundational to nursing practice and utilize a variety of ethical decision-making frameworks to address ethical dilemmas arising from increasingly complex care, use of technology, consequences of policy interventions, and global health issues. Students will be challenged to examine individual and professional values, as well as critically analyze diverse perspectives on various ethical issues. The course emphasizes the DNP's leadership role in promoting ethical care delivery at all levels of care, from individual to system. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or instructor permission.
PHSE 8960: Supervised Independent Research
Credits: 1–6
Student will work on a supervised independent research project related to the their area of study or expertise with a member of the PHS faculty.
HHE 8960: Supervised Independent Research
Credits: 1–6
Students will work on a supervised independent research project related to the area of study or expertise with a member of the HHE faculty.